It was a book that demanded to be worked with rather than to be worked on, or against.
|Shadows and reflections. Cello: woodblock, printed in the Japanese style, with fountainpen inks. Wineglass: Molotow One4All markers.|
|I enjoyed the (unintentional?) pun of the horse being out of its stable and then decided to extrapolate the leaping equine's future from the photograph using an assortment of flat inks for silhouettes.|
|The spiral ilustrates the golden mean referred to in the text, and my shadowy graphite hand is holding my actual rail ticket to London.|
|A slightly silly reference to the title on the page. I didn't touch the photograph on the opposing page.|